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“Salaar” Continues its Global Box Office Triumph, Edging Closer to the ₹750 Crore Mark on Day 20

"Salaar: Part 1 - Ceasefire" Triumphs Globally, Nears ₹750 Crore Milestone

In a cinematic feat, Prabhas-starrer “Salaar: Part 1 – Ceasefire” has emerged as the fifth highest-grossing South Indian film, joining the elite ranks of “Baahubali 2,” “RRR,” “KGF: Chapter 2,” and “2.0.” The film, released on December 22, has steadily captured the hearts of audiences worldwide, with a remarkable box office collection of ₹705.59 crores after 20 days.

The success of “Salaar” is a testament to its universal appeal, featuring a multilingual narrative and a stellar cast, including Prabhas, Prithviraj Sukumaran, and Shruti Haasan. Directed and written by Prashanth Neel, the film explores the friendship between Deva (Prabhas) and Varadha (Prithviraj) in the dystopian city-state of Khansaar.

From its grand opening day, where it amassed ₹176.52 crores, to maintaining momentum in the subsequent days, “Salaar” has captivated audiences with its gripping narrative and stellar performances. The film’s ascent continued through the second week, leading to its current cumulative collection of ₹705.59 crores.

The film’s success extends beyond box office numbers, with Prabhas expressing gratitude for the overwhelming love and support from audiences. The impact of “Salaar: Part 1 – Ceasefire” on the global box office landscape is undeniable, solidifying its place as a cinematic triumph.

As the film approaches the monumental ₹750 crore milestone, fans eagerly await the next chapter in the saga of this cinematic juggernaut. “Salaar” not only marks a milestone in Prabhas’ illustrious career but also stands as a testament to the power of compelling storytelling and exceptional filmmaking in the world of Indian cinema.

Sources By Agencies

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